I keep my showers on the cold side for dandruff and dry skin, helps with any last bit that diet and fish oil didn’t help fix.
I prefer MAG-10 for recovery though haha…[/quote]
I didn’t know cooler showers could help with dandruff…I’ll definitely start doing that. If I forget to shampoo for any longer than two days, my scalp becomes a snow covered landscape. [/quote]
I couldn’t find the thread (at work, slow loading) but there was a discussion about eliminating some shampoo and soaps for people with dandruff problems. I did it for a while myself with some pretty good results, but with work and working out I enjoy my body wash and shampoo haha.
I would look into the subject though if your dandruff is that bad, maybe your shampoo is too harsh (or diet in my case).
Oh, btw, you don’t need to take a cold shower completely, taking a normal warm shower and than rinsing off in cold (or cool) water will help all the same as far as the dandruff in concerned (hopefully anyway)
Shampoo is the only thing that helps my dandruff, I’ve tried the no shampoo thing before. It gets bad enough where I start getting scabs on my head.
I am starting some warm/cold baths though, I’ve heard contrast showers/baths can help with recovery.